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- adj. woeful
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Woeful.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Woeful; sad; mournful.
I should have followed my own advice to John Roosevelt: I will not talk about malapropisms, or call you Sir Maudlin Malaprop, or any such woesome efforts at flippancy.
I just got burned again by Pacific Care, a particularly woesome managed health care company.
The heaving of the great pans, like battering-rams against the sides of the Neptune, made a woesome noise below decks.
In yon sea-chest be the lawful shares of all the woesome lads he marooned this day.
He had another woesome account of a sloop-of-war in which he had gone through the
For six months after I left home I was right woesome.
Alden, come on, lad, 't is time for prayers, and thy woesome face suits the occasion.
At least, that's the good news for incompetent golfers in New York after the state's top court ruled that players who inflict their woesome form on others without even giving a courtesy warning call are not liable for damages.
And then there's woesome Colorado who actually made it a game for a few minutes during the first half in Austin.
With Drag Me To Hell, Raimi returns not only to the genre that made him famous, but also to some of his trademarks, like infusing physical comedy into horror, and cartoony demons tormenting woesome lead characters.
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